Interested in learning more about the weapons wielded by Crockett, Esparza, and the other brave Alamo Defenders? Join one of our living historians on an hour-long tour around Alamo Plaza as they unpack the mechanics, use, and importance of rifles, muskets, and cannons during the 1836 Battle of the Alamo. Tour-goers will learn about everything from the steps of loading a flintlock firearm to the location and size of the Alamo’s numerous cannons to how the fortress walls themselves could be considered a weapon. Visitors are lead into the church upon the tour’s completion.
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Due to COVID-19, max tour capacity is limited to 10 participants and all visitors will be required to wear a face mask* on the tour.
*All participants are required to wear a face mask. If you are unable to do so, please contact the Alamo Tour Program Coordinator at 210-225-1391 ext. 4005, for assistance with other accommodations. We recommend visiting our COVID-19 Precautions Page for more information.